There are many ways in which you may support the Library through donations of money or time! The Eastside Jewish Public Library is a 501(c)3 organization under the IRS Code and your donations may be tax deductable. Please consider supporting the Library through one of the following opportunities.

Want a unique opportunity?

We welcome anyone who would like to help in our library. It's a great opportunity for anyone looking for community service for high school graduation credit.Call us at (425) 957-7860 or email us at  


Some tasks available for volunteers are maintaining order of books on the shelves, help with organizing events, and help with getting the word out that we're here to serve the community. The EJPL can always use the help of volunteers.

So, if you have some free time and would like to help, email us at  

Donating Money to the Library

You can make a significant difference in Eastside Jewish Public Library through a charitable gift of any amount. Click on the link to make this process as convenient as possible. Help support our library. 

Donating Books and Materials

The EJPL was started in December 2000 with just a handful of books. The collection has grown to several hundred all of which were donated. Special thanks go to the following people:

  • Molly Cone, local childrens author, for her donation of 5 books on Shabbat.
  • Jay Freeman and Elisa Sananman, for donating part of their parents home library sent to us from New Jersey.
  • Rabbi Goldman for this book, Morris and the Marshmallow.
  • To all the original donators and anonymous donators for all the books received.
  • To Mr and Mrs Barkewitz of Bothell, WA for the donation of a computer system.